The comedians list superhero names for a burly unicorn man and a ginger centaur.
Sarah Palin likens waterboarding to baptism.
The government shutdown weakens the dollar, and actor Paul Giamatti lashes out.
Bulls**t Mountain reports on the liberal shutdown.
Living legend Paul McCartney is like a one-man karaoke bar, minus the weird music videos.
Paul Krugman strongly disagrees with Jon’s thoughts on the trillion-dollar coin.
The American government mulls over minting a trillion-dollar platinum coin to pay down its debt.
Stephen admires Elven architecture.
Stephen bears an Elvish sword.
Felix Baumgartner breaks the sound barrier in a 24-mile free fall sponsored by Red Bull.
"The Casual Vacancy" author J.K. Rowling hints that the Queen would take America back.
An eyewitness account suggests Barack Obama teleported to Mars as a child.
John Hodgman defends the young, sexy "Twilight" vampires against craven Paul Ryan comparisons.
Jeff Koons talks balloon animals and Studio in a School, an arts program for NYC public schools.
Banks manipulate the Libor rate that is the benchmark for all of Earth's money lending.
Reverend Thomas Reese discusses the importance of helping the poor.
A news crew creates a local news story by mentioning a mythical creature.
Mitt Romney's GOP competitors object to his pure embodiment of conservative economic policies.
John Oliver delves deeper into the implications of Mitt Romney's $10,000 debate bet.